In a highly controversial thanksgiving post on Truth Social, former President and indicted 2024 Republican presidential candidate, Donald Trump, spared no one in a vicious tirade.
The primary targets of his unhinged remarks included Judge Arthur Engoron, Engoron’s law clerk, Attorney General Letitia James, and Democrats nationwide.
Trump’s inflammatory post accused Attorney General Letitia James of incompetence, labeling her as “Racist” and dubbing her “Peekaboo” James.
The former president blamed her for the rise in murder and violent crime in New York, accusing her of causing businesses to flee the state.
Further, Trump launched a personal attack on Judge Arthur Engoron, branding him a “Radical Left Trump Hating Judge” and going so far as to call him a “Psycho.”
The accusations escalated to claims of criminal fraud against Engoron, alleging a deliberate undervaluation of Trump’s assets with the intent of securing a fraudulent conviction.
The tirade didn’t spare Chief Clerk Alison Greenfield, whom Trump accused of political bias and corrupt campaign finance violations, insinuating a conspiracy to influence the judge’s decisions.
Expanding his criticism, Trump targeted President Joe Biden, accusing him of weaponizing the Department of Justice against political opponents and allowing the country to deteriorate.
The former president painted a broad stroke, denouncing “Radical Left Lunatics, Communists, Fascists, Marxists, Democrats, & RINOS,” claiming they are actively seeking to destroy the country.
Despite the ferocity of Trump’s claims, political analysts suggest this outburst may be a sign of mounting fear and paranoia over potential prison sentences and financial troubles. However, as voters have become accustomed to such provocative statements, it remains to be seen if this strategy will resonate positively with the electorate.
Trump’s 2020 loss by a significant margin suggests that, if anything, such tactics may further alienate voters. The 2024 election, already highly anticipated, may see Trump facing an uphill battle to sway public opinion.